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  • $29.4 million Regional Workforce Development Center proposed at HCC

    $29.4 million Regional Workforce Development Center proposed at HCC
    A $29.4 million Regional Workforce Development Center is being proposed for the campus of Harford Community College. The facility, still in its infancy, would house all career and technical education programs under one roof, college administrators...
  • Revised plans for 101 York adds parking, more beds

    Revised plans for 101 York adds parking, more beds
    The "timeout" on the 101 York student housing project that was imposed by Councilman David Marks in November in order to address parking issues appears to be over, as the developer presented a parking analysis and plans on Friday, which the firm says...
  • Daniel 'Rocky' Hyde, tavern owner

    Daniel 'Rocky' Hyde, tavern owner
    Daniel "Rocky" Hyde, a former tavern owner and a retired Maryland State Lottery employee, died of heart failure Wednesday at Franklin Square Medical Center. The Rosedale resident was 65. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Leo Hyde, a postal worker, and...
  • Washington Monument restoration changes atmosphere of Mount Vernon neighborhood

    Washington Monument restoration changes atmosphere of Mount Vernon neighborhood
    The scaffolds enshrouding Baltimore's Washington Monument offer passersby a temporary skyline change, but some residents and small-business owners in the Mount Vernon neighborhood worry about the two-year project's impact on their lifestyles and...
  • Even at 25, there's no jumping-off point for Baltimore's world-record holder in jump rope

    Even at 25, there's no jumping-off point for Baltimore's world-record holder in jump rope
    Stephanie Harshman whips the white-wire jump rope around as fast as she can, creating the blurry outline of a full revolution and generating the high-pitched howl of a large gust of wind. It's the double-under, a move that explains itself: two revolutions...
  • Harford seeks to take advantage of 3D printing technology from Aberdeen Proving Ground

    Harford seeks to take advantage of 3D printing technology from Aberdeen Proving Ground
    Considerable innovation and research in the rapidly developing world of 3D printing has been done at Aberdeen Proving Ground in Harford County and, as a result, Harford state legislators hope to use the proximity of cutting-edge technology to benefit...
  • Finding college segregation remedies likely to be complicated, expensive

    Finding college segregation remedies likely to be complicated, expensive
    After a federal judge found that Maryland's historically black colleges face unfair and unconstitutional competition from the state's predominantly white universities, the parties headed into negotiations this month to work it out. But even with the...
  • Baltimore County boys lacrosse teams ready for spring

    Baltimore County boys lacrosse teams ready for spring
    Winter's cold and wet weather has made it difficult for teams to get ready for the spring season, but with the official start of spring on Thursday, Baltimore County's boys lacrosse players are eager to get going. Here is a preview of the public boys...
  • Towson U. students help Cedar Cafe owner market her business

    Towson U. students help Cedar Cafe owner market her business
    They held a free food sampling on campus. They distributed flyers with discount coupons in the dormitories and nearby apartment buildings. They revamped the website, adding colorful pictures and a menu. A group of Towson University business students are...
  • Maryland lost 9,800 jobs in January, Labor Department says

    Maryland lost 9,800 jobs in January, Labor Department says
    Maryland's employment base shrank by nearly 10,000 jobs in January and grew at a much weaker pace last year than originally estimated, the federal government said Monday. The state had about 23,000 more jobs in December than a year earlier, down from the...
  • Baltimore students compete in a financial Olympics

    Baltimore students compete in a financial Olympics
    It's an Olympics of sorts for financial analysts in training, and five business students from the University of Baltimore will compete. They are traveling to Denver for the regional round of a global challenge to create the best equity research report...
  • Girls basketball still alive and well in Harford [Commentary]

    Girls basketball still alive and well in Harford [Commentary]
    Harford County's mark on the state in girls basketball is continuing as a result of Saturday's region championship games. The county sent three teams into championship play, but only Patterson Mill came away with a title, the third straight for the...